Thomas wrote:The most pure and true logic exists in a closed system
You argument is circular; you seem to believe that you have to internalize all variables in existance in order to be able to reason about the world. What youre saying is that because you can't know all variables, logic is not possible in this material world. And since you erroneously believe that logic is impossible; you create the idea that if we would exist in "the mind of God" as "noetic substance" then we would know all variables in a closed system wich you think is logical, and I suppose "more comfortable".
But actually, without a representation of some sort you will not be able to use logic to begin with. A representation is a signifier for a prototype; such as an apple, a man, a cloud, a tree, etc. If you are trying to explain and prove something with logic but where the conclusion only leads back to the premise, that would
be a closed logical system; a logical loop in fact wich is called "begging the question"; a circular argument wich is a logical fallacy.
Since logic is based on representations of prototypes, logic is possible in this material world wich we inhabit; whereas if we would exist in your Gods mind; logic would not be possible at all.. because the mind of your God is circular as well; or perhaps more accurately, what you consider to be your God is a circularity.